We were very fortunate to inherit an almost brand new Hotpoint E6005 hob but since it has been installed we don't seem to be able to turn it on. We have tried pressing the unlock (key) icon but this hasn't worked. Since we inheritted it, we don't have the instruction manual so was wondering if you could help/
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If the lights are coming on there is a great possibility that your plate needs replacement. Unfortunately electronic items usually don't come with any warranties, so make sure it is the plate before purchasing a new replacement. Regards bandha
hi i have a eurokers ceramic hob and it has not worked in about a yr. it is touch screen and only 1 mth old when problem happend it was like it over heated and now when you turn it on it flashes on the dial i cnat make out it and the hob wont come on. pls help it is brand new and dont want to throw it out.HELP PLS
Our hob has the same problem. I would really like to know the reason for this! Try using a rubber eraser instead of your finger - this works every time with our hob. Covering Up and Down arrows with the rubber, zeros it instantly just like using both fingers. Hope this helps.
gud day,the ceramic hob is very sensitive to operate if u not read the manual.after u unlock the switch go to the control of the hob wat area u want to operate by touching the sensor then if u see the zero # touch again the area,positive side to increase the heat 1-9 the standard control heat.some model & brand have a different operational procedure,try to read the manual 1st or check the voltage of the unit coz the ceramic have a 4voltage standard for different country. tnx gerbee
I have a Neff T4344N0/08. I cannot stop all four hobs flashing - ie: I press the 'on' button all four flash, I then choose which one I want to use plus the number but they all keep flashing instead of stopping after the usual three or four. Please help - have I pressed something I shouldn't, perhaps a child lock?